Using HoNOS(CA) in multi-disciplinary teams videosAuthor: Te Pou
Publication date: 14 June 2011
Making HoNOS(CA) clinically useful in the MDT (multi-disciplinary team)
The following film shows how the HoNOS family of measures can be used within the multi-disciplinary team. The film shows a simple way in which the HoNOS family of measures can be integrated into the multi-disciplinary team, it does this by providing a practical method of using individual scores within the team discussion to connect with planning and risk assessment.
If you are having trouble viewing this presentation, please contact Mark Smith to request a copy on DVD.
Using HoNOS(CA) in the MDT (multi-disciplinary team): practical realities
The following film shows how the MDT review meeting can practically work with one service user’s HoNOS scores to indicate change over time. The film shows real clinicians (psychiatrist, nurse, team leader, social worker) and an actor as the psychologist, interacting over the HoNOS scores for the service user John Smith (based on an actor used in a previous scenario).
The film gives a good idea of the practical way in which the MDT can use outcome measurement and the way that the team can ensure good inter-rater reliability.
The film is approximately 22 minutes long.
There are a number of documents which should be used in conjunction with these presentations. They are available for download in the right column of this page.
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